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The head of wages at the Ministry of Finance, Kobi Bar Natan, published the annual report and presented the wage data of the employees and servants in the various security agencies, referring to the wage analysis according to seniority, age, retirement conditions, and gender. According to the report, compared to the IDF, in the Shev The wage gap between women and men was only 5%

The pay gap between men and women in the IDF stands at about 25% percent. Kobi Bar Natan, the commissioner of pay (photo: official website, Ministry of Finance)

The Commissioner for Salaries, Kobi Bar Natan, published today (Wednesday) the annual report on salary expenses in the defense system for 2021, according to which, the salary gap between men and women in the IDF is about 25%.

This is while in the IAS the wage gap between women and men stands at only 5%. The report presents the salary data of the employees and servants in the various security agencies and includes a reference to the analysis of wages according to seniority and age, the retirement conditions of these employees as well as an in-depth look at the working conditions and wages in the police and the IAS.

The Commissioner of Wages, Kobi Bar Natan: "The security system is one of the most important systems in Israel. Recently, the global labor market has been in turmoil, which creates new challenges in recruiting and retaining personnel, and the security system is also affected by these processes and requires creative solutions in allocating resources in order to meet its goals and ensure security for its citizens The State of Israel. We are sure that adopting an innovative model, such as the one signed with the secret agencies a few months ago, will enable a better handling of the challenges of recruitment and retention of the security agencies."

Throughout most of their careers, those serving in the IDF earn more than the police and the prison service. Officers' course graduation ceremony (photo: IDF spokesperson)

Salary data:

- The average salary of the employees of the defense system ranges from 11,337 NIS among the initial permanent employees in the IDF to 30,385 NIS for employees in the security units of the Ministry of Defense. The highest change in salary occurred in the secret bodies - an increase of about 3.4% between 2019 and 2019 2021.

- The proportion of the budget devoted to salaries and pensions of the total budget in the Israel Police and the Prison Service (SHBS) is 77%.

- In an analysis of salary according to seniority

, it can be seen that throughout most of their careers, those serving in the IDF earn more than those in the police and prison service - both in comparison to age and in comparison to seniority.

Between 13,658 NIS at the new policing activity level and 15,385 NIS at the A level of activity.

- Salary expenses at the Security Service have increased by 17% since 2017, despite the significant decrease in the ratio of the number of prisoners to all Security Service employees from 2.26 in 2012 to 1.79 in 2021,

Retirement conditions:

- Those who serve in the security agencies receive exceptional retirement conditions relative to Tova.

The average pensions given to the pensioners of the security bodies are high and place the retired officers of the IDF, the Israel Police and the Shin Bet in the top pension decile in relation to the economy.

- Due to the young retirement age in the security bodies, the total value of the total pension for the security bodies is significantly higher compared to the total value of the pension for civil service retirees.

- The majority of IDF retirees (76.5%) integrate into the labor market. At the same time, the IDF does not have a service model that allows a high salary at the beginning without a budget pension or mediation later on.

At the institution, there is a plan to allow approximately 17% of the employees these employment paths and thus succeed in recruiting the required professions and personnel.

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Gender gaps:

Along with the disparity in wages between women and men in the security forces, in recent years there has been an increase in the proportion of women employed in the security forces, however their number is significantly lower than the number of men employed in them and their proportion ranges from 17.96% female civilians working in the IDF to 29.9% serving in the IDF.

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Source: walla

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